Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and is the second largest city.
Historically, Belfast has been a centre for the Irish linen industry, tobacco
production, rope-making and shipbuilding. The city's main shipbuilders, Harland
and Wolff, which built the ill-fated RMS Titanic, propelled Belfast in the early 20th
century as the largest and most productive shipyard in the world.
The city suffered greatly during the period of disruption, conflict, and destruction
called the Troubles, but latterly has undergone a sustained period of calmness
and substantial economic and commercial growth. Belfast city centre is now on
the map as a must to see.
The Black Taxi Tour
A must while in the city - visit includes the city centre, shipyards where the RMS Titanic built and
launched, University Quarter, Museum district and much more.
The Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge
Spanning a chasm 80 feet deep, this seasonal bridge is used mainly by local salmon fishermen
to reach their nets on a small island just off-shore. The bridge is now a popular tourist
attraction, with the brave visitors crossing the bridge! The trail to the bridge has fantastic
views of the Antrim Coast, Sheep Island, Rathlin Island and also Scotland.
The Giants Causeway
Created over 60 million years ago after intense volcanic activity. From this World Heritage Site, you can enjoy spectacular
views of the North Antrim Coast and Scotland on a clear day.
North Antrim Coast (Glens of Antrim)
Located just 1 hour from Belfast you can drive along the beautiful Antrim Coast Road. This area is home to some World Class
Tourist Attractions including The Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle and The Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge
Dates back to the 14th Century as the home of Richard De Burgh. It is home to the Wishing Well and Mermaids Cove and is
perched above a massive sea cliff and with fantastic views of the northern part of Ireland (as far as Donegal) and the Antrim
and Derry Coast.
The oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world and in the small village of Bushmills. Take a guided tour and see
how the whiskey is made from local water and how it became known as 'The Water of Life'. - don't forget
the whiskey tasting session!
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